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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spotted_dolphin

Spotted dolphin refers to either one of two closely related dolphin species, being: Atlantic spotted dolphin, Stenella frontalis; pantropical spotted dolphin, ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlantic_spotted_dolphin

The Atlantic spotted dolphin (Stenella frontalis) is a dolphin found in the Gulf Stream of the North Atlantic Ocean. Older members of the species have a very ...

acsonline.org/fact-sheets/spotted-dolphin

For reasons we don't yet understand, in the eastern tropical Pacific the spotted dolphin swims with yellowfin tuna. In the early 1960's, fishing for yellowfin tuna by  ...

www.arkive.org/atlantic-spotted-dolphin/stenella-frontalis

Often observed in the clear, shallow waters surrounding the Bahamas, the Atlantic spotted dolphin is said to be an intermediate in appearance between the  ...

www.dolphins-world.com/atlantic-spotted-dolphin

4 days ago ... The Atlantic spotted dolphin is very long, with a size of about 7 ½ feet when fully mature. They can weigh from 240 to 360 with the males being ...

www.fisheries.noaa.gov/pr/species/mammals/dolphins/atlantic-spotted-dolphin.html

Jan 2, 2015 ... Atlantic Spotted Dolphin (Stenella frontalis) Credit: NOAA Southeast Fisheries Science Center. Atlantic Spotted Dolphin Range Map (click for ...

www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/species/mammals/cetaceans/spotteddolphin_pantropical.htm

May 15, 2014 ... Pantropical Spotted Dolphin (Stenella attenuata) Photo: Howard Goldstein, NMFS Southwest Fisheries Science Center. Did You Know?

www.whalefacts.org/atlantic-spotted-dolphin-facts

The Atlantic spotted dolphin is a marine mammal and belongs to the cetacean family which also includes whales and porpoises. These dolphins can be found ...

www.dolphins-for-kids.com/atlantic-spotted-dolphins

Atlantic Spotted Dolphins look quite similar to their better-known cousins Bottlenose Dolphins. Their scientific name is 'Stenella frontalis'. They can be found in ...

www.dolphindreamteam.com/dolphins/dolphins.html

Atlantic Spotted Dolphin (Stenella frontalis) are considered a near-shore, non migrating species ranging the temperate and tropical coastal waters of the Atlantic.